Review of Honeymoon by Samantha MacLeod

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A Honeymoon With An Agenda

 

Genre: Paranormal Romance, Fantasy, Mythology

Book Length (Est.): 47 Pages

Book Description/Synopsis:  

Mythology expert Caroline Capello agreed to marry Loki, the Norse god of fire and lies.

She didn’t realize the most dangerous part of their marriage might be the honeymoon.

**This is a follow-up novella to The Trickster’s Lover**

Jennifer’s Review: 

*I received an ARC of this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review*

This is a follow-up novella to The Trickster’s Lover and is not a standalone.

While Caroline is stressing over wedding plans the one thing she forgot was that her fiance is the God of Lies and he sometimes does things that he might not fully explain…like the last name on her driver’s license. But when she calms down and decides to let Loki take the lead they’ll end up in a magical place…filled with people shooting arrows at them. Nothing is ever truly peaceful when it comes to Loki. And Caroline is never as harmless as she seems. She is one well underestimated woman.

Honeymoon is like an extra shot of Loki and Caroline. If you loved them in The Trickster’s Lover then this is a must read.

My Favorite Moment was one of those awkward, funny, and sexy moments all rolled into one.

Beware when your man asks… “Do you want to try something different?”

Jenn 4 Heart

*Clicking on the book cover above will take you to the Amazon purchase page.

 

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One response to “Review of Honeymoon by Samantha MacLeod

  1. Pingback: “Nothing is ever truly peaceful when it comes to Loki.” – Samantha MacLeod

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